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Hope, upon the respective Accounts of the said Producents
asa foresaid and were to be Transported in the said ship to [?Dover]
or the Downes, and the said ship having received the foresaid
goods onboard, and alsoe severall other goods, shee departed, and
set saile out of the said Indias, to come for Dover or the
Downes in her Course thether shee was by stormyes
forced into Milford Haven, And Mr page, Mr ffernandez
and other owners of the said ship and Cargoe Procured a warrant
or order for a Convoy, and sent the same downe to Milford
Haven. And the said warrant or order being directed to Captaine Barker [?Comander]
of the Lizard ffrigot, this Deponent (who was then there) went aboard
the Lizard ffrigot. (the Bazen ffrigot being gone from [?there]
and gave the said Captaine Barker the said warrant or order
which upon sight and receipt thereof tooke the said ship
and her Lading into his Protection, and Convoyed her
safe to the Downes where shee and the Lizard lay at
Anchor together, And there the Hope and her Lading were
by some of the Officers of this Comonwealth seized, and
all the said Goods laden on board the said ship at the said
Spanish West IIndias upon the Account of the said Claimers [?did]
together with the rest of her Lading come to the hands of
the said seizors The Premisses hee deposeth being [?Master] of the
said ship all the said voyage, and being made Privy to the
Premisses, and coming from Milford Haven into the River
of Thames in the said ship Hope, And further Cannot [?depose]

To the 6th hee saith that the said Jacomo Otto is Comonly
accounted and reputed a Hamburger borne, but a subject of
the States of the United Netherlands, and soe this deponent
beleeveth him to be, And the said William alias Jacob [?XXX]
is generally accounted a native subject of the said States, and [?this]
this Deponent verily beleeveth hee is, And further cannot

To the 7th hee saith that the said Bartholomew Guiadier is as
this Deponent verily beleeveth a ffrenchman borne, and a Subject
of the ffrench king, and soe hee is Comonly accounted
And further cannot depose/:

To the Interrogatories/:

To the first hee was Master of the said ship Hope, and did as
aforesaid come from Milford Haven into the River of Thames
in her, and was borne at [?CXXXXel] in [?Teppararie XXXX]
and hath lived for about twenty yeeres last in and about
London, (saving when hee hath bin out on Voyages and
had some goods on board the Hope when shee was seized for his
owne Account, for which hee hath a particular Clame, and to the
rest negatively./.